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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Is more than the policemen on the corner more than the courthouse where our laws enforced more than the jail where law breakers are punny. In your whole community, there are customs and moral code which guide your actions, what social controls affect you. I'm gonna call right now. I'm looking at the prison right now. I'm looking at San Quinton. This is life of the law. I'm Nancy Mullane. We have some really exciting news for you here at life of the law were looking to the future. And part of that future is a change. The changes I am stepping down as executive director of life of the law and Tony Gannon who you know as the senior producer is taking on the helm of life of the law and leading this project into the future. We're going to celebrate this change by going back into the archives and sharing episode. That was one of my favorite with you. The episode is called release day and it's the day that a man I met inside San Quentin actually was released and I'm there the morning. He's standing on the curb and we go together into the first hours of freedom. This is released day and I wanna thank everyone who has supported life of the law over the past six years, I've been D. And I wanna thank you all, forgiving, Tony, Gannon, all of you. Support as you go forward into the future together. Thank you..

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Chris. Impact on the healthcare resources for Palestinians, the host system released in jeopardy, Palestinians care systems largely on donor aid. So as long as as long as the refugee status remains, and you've got several million people within Palestine in the surrounding areas who hold refugee cards than they need fronting from unrelated to provide their healthcare. There's only one hospital and tie world stay to to the large trilogy population. And that's the small hostile and calculate. They can't provide here. And most people can access hospital. So what they do is unreal pays for health care for their refugees and hospitals on the West Bank in Israel. Hospitals, Jordanian Lebanese Syrian to wherever they're are holding refugee cards than unruly friends, their healthcare. So any significant. Decrease the funding of unreal has a direct impact on the healthcare resources for Palestinians. Following this conversation with Dr MacRae as a law student with little knowledge of healthcare systems. It was shocking to learn about the true impact a in funding like this one can have on healthcare specifically in regards to accessible hospitals. So now we are left with questions of what comes next. What is the future of Palestinian refugees? How unruly continue to perform its duties will another country step in. It is clear that the refugee community in Palestine needs support the unremarked Commissioner general issued a statement on January sixteenth of this year volleying the decision to cut funding, and I will end with some of his final thoughts. He said that the situation of refugees in Palestine is far too serious to indulge in despair, unrest dance for hope, respect ending, nitty, and he encompassed this glimpse of hope in the end of his statement. Joining strengthen the Palestinian refugees who have taught us that giving up is simply not an option. And therefore even in the wake of a bird in like this one unroll will not give up either. Thank you. That was reached pecul- ski with her report on Trump administration, cuts to the UN agency that provides services refugees throughout the world. This episode of life of the law was produced in partnership with law professor Karla mcandrew's immigration law students at Vanderbilt law school. We wanna thank professor mcandrew's for reaching out to life of the law and her students. Joshua mention s- Amina Greco and Rachel. Cole sqi visit our website life of the law dot org to hear more stories by mcandrew's law students on refugee law, Tony Gannon produce this episode with associate producer, Andrea Hendrickson, Andrea composed the music in this episode with additional music by Alex blank or social media editor is Rachel Caine. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us your story sent an Email to connect at life of the law dot org. Each time we publish a new episode. We send everyone who subscribed to our new. Letter a behind the scenes. Look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming episode 's. You can subscribe on our website life of the law dot org this week, Joshua's immune a- and Rachel share their experience producing their first audio story. And if you're a law professor or law student, let us know if you're producing or considering producing audio stories about the law in all our lives. We're listening. Life of the law is a nonprofit project of the tide center, and we're part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate can also find life of the law on PR public radio exchange. We hope you'll take a minute to support production episodes like this one on refugee law, go to our website life of the law daughter. The support button is on the homepage. Your donation helps cover the direct production costs of our upcoming episodes. Like the next episode on lawyers who practice immigration law. And immigration law as complexes as bankruptcy law and some as that you have to find your way through and you need someone who really knows the law that's next on life of the loan. I'm Nancy Mullane. Thanks for listening.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And justice. Tonight lays the cord. Opinion. Next turns the problem of what did you initial rose should be. It's all statistical measurement and statistics never really mean anything. The only thing that actually ever means anything in a human life is what actually happens. Fade to black. An epigraph emerges. Consider God's handiwork who can straighten what he hath made crooked. Ecclesiastes TS seven, thirteen. This is life of the law. You are listening to episode one, thirty, four. A second epigraph. I not only think that we will tamper with mother nature. I think mother wants us to Willard, Galen. You're listening to Katy Murphy who is an audio. Describe her that someone who describes films for people who are blind or visually impaired fade to a blue background. The opening credits roll with each G A T and see bolted every name and title in the background fingernail clippings in strands of hair fall with a dull thud flakes of dead skin, drift down, like snowflakes as the title of peers. Gatica. Whenever I to someone who is unfamiliar by what they want to talk about talking for a few minutes. The first thing that someone says Gatica, though soggy obesity is a professor of bioethics at UC Berkeley and a regular contributor to our in-studio conversations. He's also on the board of life of the law Assange organized to screenings of the film Gatica followed by panel discussions. I'm Tony Gannon life of the laws, senior producer indium, associate producer, Andrea Hendrickson. He invited us to attend and we brought our recording equipment. These screenings were put on by the center for genetics and society, as well as the Haas institute for fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley organizations that Assange works with per their website. The center for genetics and society works to encourage responsible uses effective governance of human genetic and assisted reproductive technologies. Gatica a sci-fi film set in the not so distant future was released. Just a little over twenty years ago in nineteen ninety seven although. Although it was a mainstream movie with a big budget, well known actors and was produced by a major studio that has been used as a teaching tool and the science and bioethics communities since it was released. Let's go back to win. This movie was first released in nineteen ninety seven. I was a senior in high school. I distinctly remember writing papers by hand since my school was just a little behind in terms of the PC revolution that was emerging four dollars and fifty. Nine cents would have got new a movie ticket, and I have a memory of my biology teacher telling students that developments in bio engineering would wore the digital revolution. We were beginning to experience mind you. This was before laptops were the norm before I phones and pads of course, and here's this movie Gatica that was seen past all of that into the future. Bioengineering. Biomedicine and genetic. Research as a whole. The main character Vincent played by Ethan Hawke was born without the intervention of geneticist in the film's universe. He was the product of a dying trend of children who were conceived naturally. Never understand what possessed my mother to put her faith in God's hands rather than those of her local geneticist Meany everything was left to chance as the Seidel influence pushed parents to conceive with the aid of genetic technologies using what we now commonly referred to as a cystic reproductive technology. He and others like him referred to in the film as invalid 's while the newly altered majority came to be known as valid and thanks to the future of genetic research that the movie predicted everything known about us biology. Now only seconds exact time cause of my death was already known. Logical conditions, sixty percent probability, manic depression, forty-two percent probability, attention deficit disorder eighty nine percent probability heart disorder. Ninety nine percent probability, early fatal, potential life expectancy, thirty point two years. Vincent's life is predetermined. For my brave talk. I knew it was just that no matter how much I trained him, which I studied the best test score in the world wasn't gonna matter had the blood test to go in. So that changes position life. He has to assume someone's identity and most significantly another person's DNA that of Jerome gene, moral. Guys practically can live forever got an IQ off the register better than twenty twenty and both is the heart of hawks. One throat wall. If you could still run since Vincent is perceived as having what some people would consider genetic anomaly at birth, making him an invalid. This predetermined says position society from schools, he attends to the type of employment. He's able to get.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The life of the low I am glad this aroma in Kunar Uganda. A escape part two of our series Uganda was reported by Gladys aroma. To hear more about Gladys in her work and to access links to our background research on Ghanda the audio Archive and the music You heard Visit our website. Life of the law dot org are three-part series is produced in partnership with any bunting from New York University in Toronto Teddy at team researcher in Kampala Uganda and life of the laws senior Producer, Tony Gannon additional support by Daphne Keevil Herald are post-production, editors are Kirsten, judged with title, and Rachel came each time, we publish a new episode. We send everyone who subscribe to our newsletter A behind the scenes. Look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming investigated reports were a non-profit project of the tide Center, Amber. Part of the panoply network of podcast from a plate can also find life of the law on PRIX, public radio exchange. Our series you've gone. That is funded by the social science and humanities Research Council, The National Science Foundation, the law and society Association, and by you, our listeners Join us in two weeks when we present cart three Justice. That's next on life of the law. I Mansi Mullane. Thanks for listening. What. Bam, on their way into work. A panel weighing down. But when he came eating Giga command, Ben de minority Alameda, many, many any that can then be bent Bolodo epilepsy. At all. Lang

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Award g and maki much appreciated tax deductible donation this production was funded in part by the open society foundation the law society association a blade of grass the national science foundation and bite you our listeners life of the law is part of panoply the podcast network from slate that connects sophisticated listeners with top publishers and thinkers visit www dot panoply dot f m to see their full roster of shows a very special thanks to greg ask rich one haines nigel lewis scott research on thomas and tommy win free for their months of work coproducing the event inside san quentin prison thank you also to ordinary ron davis chief deputy warden kelly mitchell lieutenant sam robinson rafael kasali steve emmerick in father george williams of the san quentin catholic chapel for their support next on life of the law part one of a mini series looking at the possibility of pursuing justice for war crimes set in uganda and in the context of the lord's resistance army we hope you'll listen this is tony gannon senior producer of life of the law thank you for listening this song is that it can to where everybody incarcerated everybody that the world la the government preston of paper suit shag alone gloria goes looking out the one the bush not cut the trains logos you know what california state chapel with the evidence make the jury elite chums articles pain up with difficult you don't believe the high paint side conviction the a coach in the witnesses which testimony up you stuck the 'gang gets murder was the case that they gave me no johnny cochran between team save me when someone me asking god from you mr floatie has fallen down the face of study in switch praying for the man most slide finished tragedy praying for my son growing up without his daddy they say that god's talks to was in our dreams when a obliged trying to figure out what it means freedom tremont bomb away to freedom i had a dream mock mom away to freedom i had a dream on mom away two free.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Life of the law is brought to you by i shares when will you retire or for college for every when unita how i shares understands how to build for tomorrow today i shares by black rock inspired to build i named on your hair your home for mayor marion our opinion next turns the problem of what the judicial rose should be i hate mornings does nothing worse than waking up from your dreams to assail who six by nine confine stretch into their horizons if your future an this is light at the law an ubuntu and i'm life of the laws senior producer tony gannon you guys probably don't know my voice very well most of my work that life laws behind the scenes billion for nancy lane this week and i think nancy asked me to fill in because i do have a connection to the episode you are about to hear live loss and quentin that two years ago a nancy invited me in to san quentin to this event nancy for context was my air mentor at the time cessation of independent radio producer organisation that some of you might be familiar with so she invited me in and it was my very first time going into san quentin what i experienced that evening blew my mind now nancy nye have gone back and forth the bid on what it means to air something that was alive event um and i think there is a lot to be said about keeping live of ants as live events only if you miss it that sort of it that's that you know that's the point is to be there but the power of this episode will speak for itself the the men that you're about to here really are putting themselves in a vulnerable place and there's an intimacy to the stories and there was a but an impact of being there with them uh i ended up doing a sort of video for the inmates uh it was my first exposure i think to working with media related to inmates and in realizing that the work that i did on the outside had a real real impact to the people on on the inside but more than anything i think i learn um.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The y oh no traditions with produced by should deed wallace stepdaughter ressam thomas and a meal do weaver reporters inside san quentin state prison and the elected officers of the san quentin chapter of the society of professional journalists i recorded the holiday carols inside the prison cell blocks life of the laws senior producer is tony gannon we want to thank lieutenant sam robinson and ron davis warden of san quentin state prison for making this episode possible our postproduction editors or cures didn't jesuit heidel and rachel came rob spate of kqed in san francisco is our engineer if you're curious about the law and like been listening to ninja life of the law on itn's we have more than a hundred and twenty amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we published a new episode we sent every one who subscribe to our newsletter behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners through a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on key are x public radio exchange were funded by the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs producing our episodes next on life of the law a very special christmas day reprise episodes.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The y oh no traditions with produced by should deed wallace stepdaughter ressam thomas and a meal do weaver reporters inside san quentin state prison and the elected officers of the san quentin chapter of the society of professional journalists i recorded the holiday carols inside the prison cell blocks life of the laws senior producer is tony gannon we want to thank lieutenant sam robinson and ron davis warden of san quentin state prison for making this episode possible our postproduction editors or cures didn't jesuit heidel and rachel came rob spate of kqed in san francisco is our engineer if you're curious about the law and like been listening to ninja life of the law on itn's we have more than a hundred and twenty amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we published a new episode we sent every one who subscribe to our newsletter behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners through a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts you can also find life of the law on key are x public radio exchange were funded by the law and society association the national science foundation and by you visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation to help pay for the direct costs producing our episodes next on life of the law a very special christmas day reprise episodes.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"At the light ten years of doing that i said forget though mother seconds i was just stopped doing it but only good thing about the holidays the the way i i can cannon sir myself in some our families gallons on the street is that they always palette that must step opts out everybody's going to beat him up brothers my son's cousin draymond spoke to in thirty years everybody's going to be there and our work are call there david fifteen may got fifteen minutes i would talk to each person for maybe like a minute thirty seconds just past the post who else as they passed basketball native who else is there who else is there and success one of the things i like to do but a other than that that that that that call right there i feel pretty forgotten about and the car only only one's gonna send a card as my on the revis go excels traditions with produced by should deed wallace stepdaughter ressam thomas and a meal do weaver reporters inside san quentin state prison and the elected officers of the san quentin chapter of the society of professional journalists i recorded the holiday carols inside the prison cell blocks life of the laws senior producer is tony gannon we want to thank lieutenant sam robinson and ron davis warden of sandpoint in state prison for making this episode possible our postproduction editors or cures didn't jesuit title and rachel came rob spate of kqed in san francisco is our engineer if you're curious about the law and like binge listening tuned into life of the law on itn's we have more than a hundred and twenty amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Turkey a real person for us that we could sort of relate to as one through that out there because i think it definitely affects the way that the story was upper limit when i first listen to the story without hearing orleans version right her her interview and so on having heard that it did change my perspective of it into the net comes back to like if you're just pointing out these deals in prosecutors never even get to see these people as as people with first names and real lives in stories then they are just mere objects that can be dismissed absolutely mall this has just been great uh i i am so glad you all joined today in the studio that we could kind of sort this out because tony and i've been living with this story for the last few months and just really have a chance to talk it through and figure out of what really is going on with prosecutorial discretion the united states is really satisfying this episode of life of the law in studio was produced by tony gannon i'd like to thank mary lee williams for her reporting on ten hours to twenty years did a fantastic job if you haven't listened to the story you can go on our website life of the law dot org inherit or go to i tunes or your favorite podcast app and listen to the episode special thanks also to today's in studio team a dr algorithm law professor at uc hastings and a member of our advisory panel scholars brittany batorfi attorney with the mayor law group and chair of life the laws advisory board tony gan in our senior producer.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Chief justice breyer who court here in america and and you know we've all seen courtroom movies an actual trial looks a lot more like a competition between two competing versions of what happened this is life of the long man's mullane we're in the studios of kqed in san francisco with our team had dr avarham a member of our advisory scholars brittany batorfi chair of our advisory board tony gannon our senior producer asagoe bosque a member of our advisory board and joining us for the first time as our new advisory board member jessica mckellar welcome everyone we're here to have a conversation about our most recent episode it was called ten hours to twenty years and it was about prosecutorial discretion the discretion of prosecutors if you have listened i hope you'll go and make some time we're going to be talking about it in this episode of life the law so i'm gonna ask our new advisory board member to introduce yourself tell us a little bit about herself sure my name is jessica mckellar i am a soffer is your my training i run a i run a company in san francisco uh that bills and a price software him and i'm a long time listener of life of law and i i care a lot about the topics that are discussed in the show and i'm really excited to be able to dig in on some of what was covered in this episode in particular from the perspective of someone who doesn't have a background in the law but cares deeply about how defects us all day today give us a rap of what ten hours to twenty years was all about jessica yes so this is tracing the this series of events that started with a plan to steal a bunch of valuable comic books.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Heather thompson's tremendous book blood in the water the attic uprising of 1971 and its legacy recently was awarded the two thousand seventeen pulitzer prize next on life of the law will go inside san quentin state prison for a conversation with men who are living locked up to talk about effective resistance and change behind the walls lu lu stories chairman good roy or bollywood noon agreeing some was like you go to see you book ju to solid willing to die uh you know i think i was world cup dinners and came to my sale in told me did about in ottawa while malcolm off sunday she said you won't be alive sunday because i couldn't even stand up i was i was gone but if it took to get to shoot that so be it that's next on life of the law this episode of life of the law was produced by tony gannon are postproduction editors are cureton jesuits title and rachel came our music was composed by in costs jim bennett was our engineer if you're curious about the law and like binge listening tune into life of the law on i tunes there are more than a hundred amazing episodes about people and the law take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we send people who've subscribe to our newsletter a behind the scenes looked at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"What am optimistic about is on i want to say manuel rebecca mentioned terms of the renewed sense of civil civic engagement and right now that civilian gays it is oriented towards one particular political challenge that we have now but i think there's a great opportunity to leverage the energy and enthusiasm to tackle other big social problem such as criminal justice in ms incarceration so i think it's gonna take a lot of creative work to get people to be just says energetic around these other social issues but i think the possibilities there well that was quite a conversation my hope as the executive producer life law is that this conversation will encourage our listeners to go and read your bucks to read heather thomson's blood in the water the attica rebellion of 1971 and its legacy to read rebecca mclennan's book the crisis of imprisonment to read care about writers book 23 seven pelican bay prison and the rise of longterm solitary confinement to follow ashley rubens work at the university of toronto and to pay attention to the work that's coming out of san quentin prison report which was founded by troy williams and who is going into send quinton not just today but on a regular basis to make it a realisation that the men who are incarcerated actually have a voice our don't have to wait to come outside the walls to tell us who they are in studio san quentin was produced by myself and tony gannon we wanna thank rebecca mclennan a soggy obasi keira met rider ashley rubin heather thomson and troy williams for joining us in studio you can find links to their books and articles on our website life of the law dot org.

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Life of the Law

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Take a minute to support life of the law it's your donation that makes it possible for our team of journalists and scholars to produce and publish special episodes like the one you're about to hear whether it's ten twenty fifty or a hundred dollars go to life of the law dot org and support awardwinning investigative journalism today and in years to come thank you wait record who uh she gives to classify what is a krahn what is not crime what is did mix potential level with the potential expansion the front of the privatization of prisons this is life of the law by means'more unseemly in just a minute we're going to go in studio for a conversation about locking people up in our society but i tony gannon our senior producer night traveled to mexico city to join hundreds of scholars for the law and society association's annual meeting and who better to ask about concerns about the law in our society so we asked i think two thousand seventeen has showed us actually the urgency of both social action and legal mobilization although laws often corrupted in times of emergency in crisis it's also used as a tool for mobilization i always have concerns about the law from from my research on site the law in eastern democratic republic of congo is very contentious issue there's been a lot of investment and building the rule of law but in a way that hasn't necessarily map drawn to people's needs and lived experiences and i think that's always a risk when we're talking about building law creating law modernizing law in postcolonial in postconflict settings so i confess something that we need to continue to interrogate.

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Life of the Law

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Keep justice the way court if you're willing to let people die on the streets simply because we want to hang onto our stereotypes about drug dependency desk death a profound moral failing this is life of the longer nancy mullane welcome to in studio with our team where we ask questions and get some answers to the law or at least start looking for some answers each month we presented investigative feature report about the law and two weeks later our team eats up in the studios of kqed in san francisco to talk about our investigations and offerings law i'd like to introduce you to our in studio team first brittany bator attorney and chair of life of the laws advisory board good morning nancy happy to be here i saw you abbasa game uc berkeley scholar author and advisory board member pregnancy and tony gannon life at allows laws senior producer and behind the scenes very busy filmmaker good morning ansi good morning to you all i hope you've all had a chance to listen to our most recent investigative report it was called heroin town it was the story of a clinic and dan couvert that is treating heroin addiction with heroin and i'm gonna ask toning to give us a summary of the story thank you nancy um so yeah are episode one zero five heroin town is a story that looks at the heroin opioid epidemic in vancouver canada there's been a huge spike in overdoses and british columbia and this is the trend of that's not just specific to vancouver and british columbia but throughout the united states as well so this is a story about how we treat heroin or opioid addiction and at the at the center of the story in my opinion i think you would agree asks the question what happens when traditional treatment methods just don't work in particular treat methods like methadone and in generally kind of it really goes along ways in highlighting how.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The in inaction right now knew very well be temporary mile on a thank you all for joining me for in studio this week at life at a lot this week we're in production on a story behind the scenes about a clinic in canada where junkies go to shoot up with illegal drugs paid for by tax dollars canadian tax dollars to try and stop the opioid um death that are happening in their community on will bring that to you in our next feature investigative reporter life of the law i hope you'll all join us on march seven when we publish the luckiest junkies in the world that's march seventh and then for our in studio on march twenty i when we get back together in the studio kqed do you have a question about the law do you have feedback for us about this conversation or do you have a news story that you want us to kinda sort out send an email to connect at life of the law dot org be sure to include your contact information so we can follow up i'd like to thank life of the laws team britney vod tour of attorney and share of life of the laws advisory board assauge you bosque professor at the university of california berkeley and a member of life of the laws advisory board tony gannon life allows senior producer and cures didn't jesuits heidel are postproduction editor for coming into the studio today tony gannon we'll senior produce this episode and kirsten jesuits title and rachel came will post produce are episode we'd like to thank danny bringer and howard gilman at kqed and san francisco who engineered today if you wanna know more about how the law works tune into life of the law on i tunes take a few minutes to post to review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish a new episode we send people who have subscribed to our newsletter a behind the scenes look at life of the law including notes from our reporters and our listeners were a nonprofit project of the tide center an were part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate connecting sophisticated listeners with top publishers and thinkers you can also find life of the law on prix public radio exchange.

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"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"tony gannon" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Keep justice wait record emmy communities and our wedensday's mission this is life along the the finance him elaine welcome to in studio with life of the loss team where we ask questions about the law get some answers or at least start looking for the answers each month we presented investigative feature report about the law and two weeks later like today our team meets up in the studios of kqed in san francisco to talk about our investigations and all things law i'd like to introduce you to our in studio team today and they can brief you on who they are and what they bring to the table first off brittany butterworth hi nancy good morning my name is brittany and i'm an attorney in san francisco um and i'm also the advisory board chair for life the law thank you assauge you bossy on its earnings argue boss in honor professor uc berkeley and tony gannon i nancy i am your producer i may documentary filmmaker thank you and we're welcoming kerstin jesuit title are postproduction editor to our first in studio welcome kerstin alone and say tell us about yourself i am curious and jesuits title and i am life laws postproduction editor and otherwise them underemployed on over educate ubs and that's why we love a so we're going to go into part one of our if there are parts organised begin our conversation talking about our most recent investigative report radio silenced tony you worked with our reporter in costs on this story what did you tell us about what we found in radio silence.

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